Bruce HendrickOwner & Founder

Bruce Hendrick’s career has spanned software development, manufacturing in three industries, and professional training and coaching. A resident of Doylestown, OH, Bruce serves on several boards of community and private organizations. Bruce has a BS in computer engineering from The Ohio State University. He has three grown children.

Bruce has spent the past 21 years at RBB in Wooster, where he is CEO and Owner. RBB builds mission-critical electronic assemblies and was the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Business of the Year.

Bruce is recognized in Smart Business Cleveland Magazine’s “Smart 50 in NEO” as a top executive in the region for his ability to effectively build and lead successful organizations.

Along the way, Bruce developed powerful trust-building and leadership insight, which he used to launch Building Trust, LLC, in 2008. He trains, coaches, and speaks nationally on these subjects, strengthening business relationships and getting more done with less stress. He has taught and consulted with thousands of people.

The author of On My Own, Recollections of an Unlikely CEO, Bruce grew up facing significant mental illness in his family. He spent his life learning to cope with and then to overcome these challenges. His book is an honest and often humorous retelling of the boyhood adventures that led to the resiliency and resourcefulness that prepared him to lead others.

His latest book, The Building Trust 60-Day Workout, is a how-to guide for building trust one day at a time at work and home through small yet profound changes.

Audiences enjoy Bruce’s down-to-earth style, as he weaves practical takeaways into every event.



Jennifer WehryOffice Manager

Jennifer Wehry is Building Trust’s Office Manager. Previously, Jenni has worked as a designer, typesetter, and picture framer. When she was 40, she went back to school to become a Social Worker. Her most rewarding, and demanding, job was as a hospice social worker. She will always feel honored by the families that welcomed her into their homes and allowed her to be part of a very special, very sacred part of their lives. The hospice philosophy still has a very special place in her heart. She also worked in other capacities as a social worker, and knows that she was able to make a difference.

Now, as Jenni joins Building Trust, she knows it will be the perfect blend of her business, retail, and social work experiences- and she is excited to make a difference here as well.

She was born and raised in Kent, Ohio. She has been married to Brian for 40 years in 2022, most of which she has lived in Richland County. They have 2 daughters, both grown & married. She loves football and the Cleveland Browns, however recent developments are severely challenging this devoted fan.

She is happiest when she is making things. She learned to sew when she was 9. She has made several wedding dresses, all types of clothing, furniture slipcovers, and almost everything in between. She also dabbles in calligraphy, jewelry making, and almost anything crafty.

When not at working or crafting, Jenni and her husband love to be outside. They have a goal to hike all of Ohio’s State Parks at least once. She also recently took up archery (long bow) and is looking forward to learning fly-fishing.